Resources focus on improved skills
By Carol Terracina Hartman
CMR Managing Editor
Doesn’t it happen to all professors that outside voices validate what we preach via PowerPoint, Brightspace Capture-hosted videos and small-group exercises? And sometimes those external sources drive it home just a bit further and ignite a flame.
We’ve all experienced it: a student runs in to our classroom, breathless, eyes glowing. A candle of inspiration has been lit.
“I just learned this new technique for composition. It’s called Rule of Thirds,” she exclaims. “It’s gonna totally change my photography.”
Toes tapping. Drawing on every possible reserve for patience.
How many weeks spent on this topic?
Fast forward: debriefing week after Dallas ACP conference.
“I just learned there is no hate speech exception to the First Amendment. This is totally gonna change our editorial next edition.”